04-06-2012, 11:20 AM #21
It's funny that one of the biggest argument against the location of Target Field were the supposed fumes from the nearby trash incinerator, which I haven't heard anyone even mention in the last two years. Well, to a lot of people (not me, necessarily), cigarette smoke is the equivalent of smelling burning or rotting trash. It's a good move by the Twins and I don't even view it as particularly controversial, given the greater population at large.
04-06-2012, 12:30 PM #22
Glad to see the holier-than-thou anti-smoking zealots are happy.
I object to your drinking a beer. It alters your mental state and thereby makes life more dangerous for me. I think we should ban beer drinking at TF too. I assume you agree. If not, draw your own conclusions.
04-06-2012, 12:37 PM #23
They should also ban smokers from having a cigarette anywhere, including their own home or cars, at least 4 hours prior to arriving at the ballpark to ensure no smoke smell remains in their hair or clothing that might be noticed by other ballpark goers."Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. Sometimes it rains."
04-06-2012, 12:55 PM #24
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Wow, this is interesting, just last night in between innings Barbaro Garbey would take Smoke Breaks beneath the bleachers downe 1st base side, he's been doing that for years....funny to see this thread brought up.Follow my photography, group page can be found here.
04-07-2012, 07:17 AM #25
The Tribune reported that Nishioka was the only Twins Player who smokes. He may be subject to the no reentry policy but for other reasons.